The Journal of Neurology

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    POISONING by carbon monoxide is of considerable practical importance in consequence of the greatly increased use of coal gas in modern industrial occupations. It is the cause of death in the vast majority of colliery disasters, and is often responsible for serious illness among iron and steel workers; nor can it be doubted that this agent may have much to… (More)

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